<table align="left" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td style="padding:0cm;" align="left"> </td> </tr> </table> Yesterday, I received the February 2011 edition of Teaching Today (issue 76), the NASUWT’s magazine for members. Articles include: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Royal Wedding, President Visits Gibralter, World Aids Day, Gobal Rankings Expose Flaw in Government’s Education Vision, Citizens UK Building Powerful Institutions for the Common Good, International News, Send My Sister to School and Monitors Needed for Refugee Teachers. There is a page with a crossword and sudoku. What is the total number of articles or references to supply teachers? Well, on page 31, under the heading of ‘Minister Lobbied on Induction Rule’ and the sub-heading ‘Annual Conference 2011’, the twelfth in a list of nineteen bullet points is ‘supply teachers’. Because it is not written as a true font, it does not show up at all in a search of the online version at: www.nasuwt.org.uk/TeachingToday. At a time of enormous difficulties for supply teachers, if it is not clear where the NASUWT’s loyalties lie, it is certainly obvious where they do not.